Monthly Archives: November 2014

Taiwan 2014-Taoyuan Valley Scenic Hike


When my friend in Taiwan heard that I am coming over to Taiwan, she immediately planned my itinerary for my three days stay. Ainee is the mother of a boy my son stayed with during his school exchange trip last … Continue reading

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Taiwan 2014-Taoyuan Valley Scenic Hike


When my friend in Taiwan heard that I am comin over to Taiwan, she immediately planned my itinerary for my three days stay. Ainee is the mother of a boy my son stayed with during his school exchange trip last … Continue reading

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Taiwan 2014 Shi men Reservoir 石门水库


I am typing this real time on a boat  cruise at Shi men reservoir石门水库,  where Taipei city gets the water supply from. The reservoir is surrounded by mountains. On this cloudy morning,  the  silhouette of layers shrouded in mist is … Continue reading

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Waiting for Godot By Samuel Beckett- AC Production


This is a play that I have heard of many times and I appreciate the opportunity to watch it last night at School of The Arts (SOTA), We were seated at the third row which was good since the actors … Continue reading

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The Reluctant Matchmaker by Shobhan Bantwal


While attending a writer’s residency,  a speaker described how he sees Asian writers,  female writers in particular. Chinese writers love to write about heroines suffering under wars, mother-in-laws and generally just having hard lives. Indian writers on the other hand … Continue reading

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Eric Moo in Concert 巫启贤”我的新谣时代”演唱会


I’ve heard his story many times, every time I attend his concert in Singapore, which is almost 90%. Yet time after time, I buy tickets to his concert so I can hear it again, never tired of, like that familiar … Continue reading

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Nepal 2014 : Chandra-Ban Eco Resort


This is my first trip to Kathmandu and I am very glad my organizer arranged for us to stay at Chandra-Ban Eco resort, a resort tugged in a hill, 45 minutes drive away from Kathmandu town (depending on traffic). Most … Continue reading

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